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Key Colorado Industries Weather the Downturn Like the rest of the country, the economy along Colorado’s front range corridor faced its share of challenges over the past year. Yet some sectors of the state’s economy continued to thrive and grow despite the hardships of the economic downturn. Here is some information about the economic sectors
Residents Give Douglas County High Marks Castle Rock and Douglas County, Colorado, have well-deserved reputations as some of the best places to live in the nation. Recently, the Douglas County Commissioners sent its 2021 Citizens Survey to county residents and asked them how they feel about living in the county. Their responses show that the
Community Events Return to Castle Rock For many years, Castle Rock, CO, was known for its year-round schedule of cultural events, a schedule that ranked the town as one of the best places to live in the nation. After being placed on hiatus most of last year because of COVID-19, the events calendar in Castle
Brand-Themed Retail Stores Show Signs of Growth The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly had an impact on the retail space, with brick and mortar stores taking a hit while online retailing has thrived. However, as we near the end of the economic shutdown, some trends are emerging that paint brick and mortar retail locations in a
Smart Parking Technologies Offer Proven Advantages A few weeks ago, we outlined our plans to use smart city technology to improve how people get from place to place while visiting Miller’s Landing and the surrounding community. One of the key components of these plans is to implement intelligent parking technologies using Internet of Things (IoT) technology.
Technology Plays Growing Role in Retail Miller’s Landing in Castle Rock, CO, is creating a technological infrastructure that will provide retail tenants with the robust data interconnectivity capabilities they need to stay competitive in today’s market. As the economy rebounds and opens up, retailers are looking to technology to help them regain in-store customers and
Working from Home is Damaging Employee Trust While working from home is most likely here to stay, at least in some form, a recent article in the Harvard Business Review points to growing trust issues between employees who work from home and don’t enjoy the once common in-person interactions that occur in commercial office spaces.
Using Smart City Technology to Enhance Mobility Options Mobility solutions based on smart city technology are a top priority at Miller’s Landing. Miller’s Landing is a new mixed-use development in Castle Rock, CO. Our plans focus on leveraging smart city technology to improve how people get from place to place while visiting Miller’s Landing and
Multifamily Housing Expected to Begin Recovery This Year While the economic downturn has certainly had a negative affect on the multifamily housing market, the sector remains on solid footing according to mortgage giant Freddie Mac. Certainly, the multifamily housing sector is not where anyone would like to see it, but it’s not all doom and
While the economic downturn has caused substantial hardships for many people, one unexpected trend has emerged from the crisis – a rise in the number of entrepreneurs in the U.S. The trend is a pronounced departure from previous economic downturns, when small business formation declined or grew only slightly. International consulting firm McKinsey & Company,
While the multifamily housing market was hit fairly hard during the COVID-19 downturn, it still performed better than most sectors and is expected to recover starting this year, which is good news at Miller’s Landing, a new multi-use development in Castle Rock, CO. A report from international real estate giant CBRE predicts a return to
In Colorado we’re experiencing a migration of people moving out of Denver and into more suburban and rural areas, including Douglas County, long ranked as one of the best places to live in the U.S. The migration to the suburbs is a nationwide trend, spurred in part by the ability to work from home along